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Tilly and the Bookwanderers

Tilly And The Bookwanderers – Review

I’ve got to be absolutely honest and say I really wanted this book as it looked so nice, and it

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Azure

Behind Blue Eyes

Eyes are the door to the soul it has been said. So let us use these adjectives to describe eyes

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Amelia Fang and the Barbaric Ball

Amelia Fang And The Barbaric Ball – Review

This is the first in the Amelia Fang series by Laura Ellen Anderson, and with a beautifully illustrated cover (shiny!)

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Bernard the Book Buddy Bear

Favourite Childhood Books

Across on www.bookbuddy.org.uk we have just run a competition to win a BookBuddy pin and postcard, all people had to

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Editing

Three Types Of Editing

There are three different types of editing, from the macro to the micro. There is no set order for these

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The Way Past Winter

The Way Past Winter – Review

In an everlasting winter, sisters Mila and Pipa set out in search for their brother Oskar. Mila is certain that

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The Wolf Wilder

The Wolf Wilder – Review

A girl with a red cape, a boy soldier, a boy with an axe and, of course, wolves. This magnificent

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Sky Song

Sky Song – Review

This started as if it was a children’s classic, with an evil Ice Queen corrupting what used to be good

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Jolabokaflod

Jólabókaflóð

In Iceland, books are exchanged as Christmas Eve presents, then you spend the rest of the night in bed reading

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A Murder of Crows

A Blag Of Booksellers

Collective Noun In linguistics, a collective noun refers to a collection of things taken as a whole. Most collective nouns

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Isle of Blood and Stone – Review

A land devastated by betrayal, full of intrigue and beset by sea serpents. Isle of Blood and Stone has been

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Wed Wabbit – Review

This had been kicking around my TBR pile for quite a while and kept getting put down until I decided

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Daniel James

Teaser Trailer For Ezra Maas

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Books for November 2018

A monthly feature where I do a round up of the books I’m most excited to read (or have already

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